Biking through Boston
With world-class universities, museums and a contemporary art-scene as well as a great dining scene, the city has an easy-going vibe. From Beacon Hill to the Freedom Trail, explore the city by bike.
Thinking of Boston, for many this picture comes to mind. A beautiful cobblestone street; which is the most photographed street in Boston, called Acorn Street. The neighborhood is Beacon Hill, with beautiful neo-Georgian residences, cobble streets and iron lanterns.
If you are looking for individual shops, you'll find them on Charles Street:
If you are looking for another coffee, sweet treat or lunch on Charles Street, head to Tatte Bakery. Tzurit Or, the Tel Aviv-born chef has opened six shops in Massachusetts and become renowned for her beautiful, delicious pastries and extraordinary – one of a kind concept. I recommend trying the shakshuka.
Another great option up the road is Panificio Bakery, which is also a great breakfast option with sugary cinnamon rolls.
Due to its lack of surrounding skyscrapers it stands striking to the nearby 19th century Trinity Church.
Biking through Boston you will pass Boston Common, the equivalent of New York's Central park ad the green lung of the city.
End your day with dinnerin Little Italy or at the seaport of Boston.